Due to strong demand, CyrusOne is adding a second data center in San Antonio. Located near CyrusOne’s first San Antonio facility, the new site will have up to 196,000 colocation square feet (CSF) and 20,000 sq. ft. of superior Class A office space that can be used by customers.
The platform provides customers with accessibility to high-performance, low-cost data transfer and unites multiple state-of-the-art CyrusOne sites in Texas and beyond.
San Antonio is positioned centrally in Texas, away from natural disaster zones, and touts some of the most seismically stable soil in the U.S. The stable power grid makes it an ideal place to locate the high performance computing facilities for which CyrusOne is known. The second San Antonio Data Center is conveniently located in the Westover Hills area, with easy access to major highways, the airport, hotels, and restaurants.
CyrusOne data centers provide military-grade security, robust connectivity, and the highest level of power redundancy and density needed to house mission-critical systems and high-density storage environments for Fortune 1000 customers.
Many Fortune 1000 companies look to leverage CyrusOne’s San Antonio data center for their primary production as well as their disaster recovery environments.
The data center is engineered to CyrusOne’s standard fully redundant (2N) power architecture, supporting high density server environments of 250 watts per square foot or more. The facility is fed by redundant power lines and multiple network providers. In addition to being the most advanced data center in the San Antonio area, the facility also offers customers Class A office space to enable their employees to be located in the same facility.
With CyrusOne’s National IX (Internet Exchange), customers can configure a virtual on-net platform from a multitude of carriers and providers, allowing optimal flexibility and interconnection with anyone at any connected facility and to the cloud.
As part of CyrusOne’s National IX platform, this San Antonio data center provides interconnection to other CyrusOne data centers in Texas and beyond.